Mobile application development challenge: Enhance quality while lowering cost

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The growth of the smart phone market and along with it the hunger for mobile apps, is growing at a phenomenal pace. This presents developers with a host of opportunities to develop unique apps with a faster time to market. As a developer one challenge that presents itself is how to ensure a mobile app does not destroy the phone memory, CPU and battery. This is indeed a tricky yet important question that developers need to answer before embarking on publishing an app.  If not, chances are the app will be rejected by customers.  With a little awareness of industry best practices and concepts, developers can avoid incurring unnecessary expenses and the threat of failure. Mobile Monday Colombo (MoMo), which is a global an open community platform of mobile industry visionaries, developers and influential individuals fostering brand neutral cooperation and cross-border P2P business opportunities affiliated to SLASSCOM, will undertake its June meet up on 24 June 2013 at Qbaa. The key note address will be delivered by Erandika Hungampola, Head of Colombo ISQ Mobile Practice at the Virtusa Corporation on the topic ‘Mobile Application Development Challenge: Enhance Quality While Lowering Cost’. Registration and payment details via corpoffice@slasscom.lk. “This is the third event the MoMo team has put together since its relaunch in last November. The last two events were very successful and well patronized. We are pleased with the steady progress that MoMo has made over the past few months and thankful to Hutch who has come on board as the event sponsor for the June meet up. Erandika who has a wealth of experience in this field, will discuss the seven golden best practices of handset optimisation and share a case study that demonstrates how the said best practices has improved application performance and reduced development and testing costs for developers who have published their apps successfully MoMo is committed to continuously providing the industry with opportunities to network and share their best practices through these quarterly meet ups and we hope that more people can be identified and showcased in the future,” said Nayana Serasinghe, CEO of Dinota, who heads the Mobile and Telco CoE of SLASSCOM.

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